British Columbia Bald Eagles and Migratory Birds Photo Workshop

North America's largest concentration of Bald Eagles

Location
British Columbia
Cost
6 days from $3,850
Dates
Jan 12–17, 2025
Activity Level
Easy – Walks with camera gear up to 1 km on groomed paths. One location requires a short walk descending a river bank.
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Group Size
Open for Registration
Limited to 5 Participants

Beginning in late October, between 2,000 and 8,000 Bald Eagles find their way to this area of British Columbia to feed on salmon, making this the largest Bald Eagle migration in North America. They stay in the area until later in the winter to have their young before returning to their summer homes in Northern BC, Alaska, and the Yukon. This trip is your opportunity to photograph eagles feeding, constructing nests, and tending to their chicks.

In addition to eagles, we’ve photographed many species like ducks, owls, geese, and more in these locations. We’ll teach you everything you need to know for bird of prey photography, including camera settings, techniques, and bird behaviors.

Highlights

  • The largest concentration of Bald Eagles in North America.
  • Over the years we have seen the following species at the locations we use: Snowy Owls, Red-Tailed Hawks, Pacific Loons, Red-throated Loons, Grebes, Golden Eyes, Wood Ducks, Sandhill Cranes, Herons, Pintails, Belted Kingfishers, Short Eared Owls, Barn Owls, Barred Owls, Saw-Whet Owls, Buffleheads, Mergansers, Egrets, Snow Geese, Mute Swans, Rough Legged Hawks, Canvas Backs, Golden Eagles, Peregrine Falcons, Virginia Rails, Common Snipes and Great Horned Owls.
  • Expert instruction for better bird photography, helping you anticipate and pre-visualize bird behaviors.